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december, 2018

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08dec(dec 8)10:00 am22(dec 22)2:00 pmBrunch with Santa at Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel

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Event Details

Brunch with Santa, an Annual Holiday Tradition, Returns to the Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel on December 8, 15 and 22, 2018

Ring in the Christmas season by joining Santa and Mrs. Claus at the Sheraton Salt Lake City’s fourth annual Brunch with Santa. On December 8, 15, and 22, 2018 the Sheraton will serve up a fun holiday morning with the jolly old elf himself. The event includes a gourmet brunch buffet, a special kids’ buffet with cookie decorating fun and unlimited complimentary Santa photos for the whole family.

Brunch with Santa attendees are encouraged to bring nonperishable kid-friendly food items such as breakfast bars, individual oatmeal packets, canned soup, and applesauce cups for donation to local non-profit For the Kids, which provides meals to elementary school children in need. For the Kids also welcomes monetary donations which will be collected and delivered by the Sheraton at the end of December.

The Sheraton’s Brunch with Santa menu will be packed with an array of drinks, desserts, and entrees, including a seafood display featuring crab claws and legs, shrimp cocktail and lobster ceviche as well as a carving station with peppercorn-and thyme-crusted prime rib. The children’s buffet will offer kids’ favorites such as French toast, a hot chocolate bar and a sugar cookie decorating area with festive toppings.

A professional photographer will be on hand to provide families with unlimited complimentary photos with Santa in printed or digital format.

Reservations for the Sheraton’s Brunch with Santa are scheduled as two-hour sessions and can be made from either 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. or from 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. on Saturdays in December starting the 8th. Reservations can be made by calling (801) 401-2000 and asking for Brunch with Santa. Tickets are $39.95 for adults and $24.50 for children 13 years of age and younger.  Children three and younger eat free.

Overnight packages including hotel accommodations for the Friday night before each brunch are available. Visit http://deals.marriott.com/sheraton/usa/ut/salt-lake-city/brunchwithsanta to learn more about this and all other Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel specials.

About the Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel

Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel is perfectly located on 500 South, in the heart of the downtown business and entertainment district and three blocks from the Salt Palace Convention Center. Whether you want to enjoy an exciting Jazz basketball game at Energy Solutions Arena, marvel in an award winning Ballet, Opera or Broadway play at Capitol Theater, visit Temple Square or shop at Gateway outdoor mall or the City Creek Mall – you’ll find them all within walking distance of our downtown Salt Lake City hotel, or you can take the complimentary downtown TRAX to these venues. Learn more at Sheraton.com.

Time

8 (Saturday) 10:00 am - 22 (Saturday) 2:00 pm

Location

Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel

150 W 500 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Organizer

Sheraton Salt Lake City HotelElisa Hall, Elisa.Hall@sheratonsaltlakecity.com 150 W 500 S

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